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. joe biden says he would impeach somebody that would do what he was about to do. >> i was chairman of the judiciary committee i teach this this is something i know. i got together and to write a piece pointing out the president has no constitutional authority to take this nation to war against 70 million people unless we are attacked. and if he does, i would move to impeach him. the house obviously would have to do that. i don't say it lightly. i say it because they should understand that what they were threatening and saying and what was adding up to be what looked like the rest of the war would be the most disastrous thing that could be done that i can think of. >> could this be more clear? >> well, here is the funny ing about this. biden presides over the senate. he would preside over his own impeachment. i suggest he come to the senate floor and reiterate his own position. he would be impeaching his administration. they need to come before a joint session of congress and lay out their case and if they want to take the nation to war they need to convince the majority of congress
vowed that they would fight any u.s. attack at all costs. vice president joe biden joined the course of top officials here in the administration saying today, that president assad and syria was responsible for these chemical attacks and vice president biden suggested there may be unilateral action that could be imminent without congressional or.n. approval. that's interesting, back in the 2008 presidential campaign, candidate biden said of then president bush, if he attacked iran without approval he should be impeached. the boston globe, we checked this, gave all of the candites in 2008 questionnaires for written questions. we checked them and one focused on whether a president could bomb iran without authorization from congress. then senator obama answered that question by saying, the president does not have power under the constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation. i pressed jay carney on that point today in the daily briefing and also, meanwhile, republicans like john mccain ton
what we heard barack obama and joe biden as vice-presidential candidate in 2008. at one point joe biden said in 2007 if then president bush moved forward with an attack on iran, separate from syria in the middle east, joe biden would lead impeachment charges against the president. they have gone a long way from that. what they're saying now, there won't be a vote in congress but that instead what the president will do is consult with congress, this phone call at 6:00 p.m. eastern and other phone calls that have already happened. there's a lot of intense action as the president faces a lot of pressure on this decision whether he will move forward or not. you heard him in the pbs interview saying it could be a shot across the bow against syria. there are military experts say a shot across the bow sounds symbolic. they wand to hear from the president directly. we haven't from him beyond the press interview and cnn interview last week directly from the military what the mission would be. >> and it's growing, bipartisan push for questions, push for answers and consultation with congress and
another country without congressional consent. here is joe biden. >> i'd like to be clear. the president does not have the authority to launch military action in iran without first seeking congressional a authorization. >> we don't believe any authority the president has would give him the ability to go in without an act of congress. >> the president has no constitutional authority to take this nation to war against a country of 70 million people unless we're attacked or unless there is proof that we are about to be attacked. and if he does, if he does, i would move to impeach him. >> congressman, just to clarify. joe biden from 2007 and nancy pelosi and harry reid all talking about how they felt then about president bush. what do you think is the biggest obstacle for the president? it seems as if republicans in congress, they are kind of caught between a rock and a hard place on giving the go ahead for this. but then allowing the president to almost seem as the dove turned neocon. >> the republicans for past several months have been criticizing the president for doing nothing and now th
chiefs of staff general martin dempsey and minutes later seen here, vice president joe biden also at the white house. now the administration is telling us this morning that top national security officials will brief members of the senate on a possible u.s. response to the suspected chemical weapons attack by the assad regime. >>> pope francis is making his most significant appointment since becoming the leader of the catholic church. naming a veteran diplomat to become the vatican's secretary of state, tapping arch bish sheep peroline. i'm jamie colby, much more news 30 minutes away. back to "cavuto on business" only here on the fox news channel. >> getting ready now for a cyber war. new reports u.s. officials are preparing for cyber attacks on banks and utilities here in retaliation over any kind of military action against syria, even threatened. this coming on the heels of the so-called syrian electronic army claiming responsibility for hacking some premier american companies. melissa, a lot of this activity already. what can we look forward to? >> i am concerned about this. i t
the united states government, white house, secretary kerry, joe biden, the higher the risk people say whatever the united states is saying is to support israel, western tendencies. there is all about in the mix. whatever we say is not how things are seen in the region. stuart: what is the feeling amongst muslims? one group has attacked another and killed them with poison gas. is there no repulsion here? >> most have been here before. this happened in 2007. yes, it's ironic, yes, it's hard to understand, but israel has done anything similar to what saddam hussein or asad in syria has done. there would be protests every day up and down the street, but mostly broadly muslim violence, maybe 20% of the population globally. stuart: muslims killing muslims by the millions now guessing by the hundreds, no demonstration on the street, nothing happens. we can't understand that. >> it is human nature. when the irish killed the irish, it is a different response. stuart: it is israel, america, the wicked christians, the jews. speaker that is how the middle east acts. it is easy to blame the old cr
? >> the latest comments we have done in this coming from the white house pool from vice president joe biden, he was shouted a question and ask whether the french were on board with a syria attack, joe biden responded by saying i know everybody is on board and that is all he said, there are plenty who aren't on board. and the fringe made plenty of statements, the questions we had for the past week remain. where will it be and when will it be and we hope to get some type of guidance from the secretary at 12:30. what we expect this afternoon is the release of this intelligence report, that shows the use of chemical weapons in syria so john kerry could be commenting on that. we are not sure what they plan on laying out here. it or what timeline we're dealing with. and he is going to russia for the g 20 summit. and he would not want to launch an attack overseas. you want to be here in the united states. that is guess where, speculation, people commenting, we are not sure if that is the thought of the white house that this is the deliberative process, still wants to get congress on board, and a major
and investment companies." >>> the vice-president joe biden breaking news now. just spoke about the situation in syria just minutes ago as the white house considers what action to take against bashar al-assad's regime. >> no one doubts that innocent men, women, and children, have been the victims of chemical weapons attacks in syria. and there is no doubt who is responsible for this heinous use of chemical weapons in syria. the syrian regime. >> trace: the first time anybody from the administration has said absolutely no doubt chemical weapons were used, and that they know who used them. vice-president biden added he and president obama believe those who use c weapons against defenseless men, women and children, ought to be held accountable. >>> most folks would choose not to roll around in glass anywhere but in florida lawmakers are considering grinding its up and spreading it on the beaches. experts say decades of beach erosion and decades of dredging up sands to repreparish the beaches have caused sand to go away, and since the sunshine state soaks up billions of dollars of tourism for the
days. leaving it to vice president joe biden yesterday to make the case for a war. >> there is no doubt who is responsible for this heinous use of chemical weapons in syria. the syrian regime. >> and the white house is expected to release newly de classified ingenls to make the administration pay for the syrian regime is responsible for a chemical weapons attack killed hundreds last week. at the same time the white house is careful to say bish char al-assad will not be a target to any military action. >> the options we are considering are not about regime change. they are about responding to clear violation of an international standard that prohibits the use of chemical weapons. >> critics wonder this, if assad is not the car get what is the goal in syria and will limited action a quick wave of missile strikes make a bad situation even worse? >> i know for a fact from my own contacts inside syria with the opposition forces they have high expectations because this is the first time anybody has done anything to help them. if all we do is something symbolic they will be devastated. >> nati
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think the president is trying very hard to thread a complicated needle. in april of 2010, joe biden and president obama hosted a major nuclear materials and wmd materials conference here in washington, d.c., and viewed essentially trying to create -- restoring a global commons that prevented the proliferation and use of wmds and chemical weapons as a defining point of their administration. so not to act from their point of view is not really an opposioption. i think when from their point of view they're trying to create a stable option, how do you go from a strike on syria to a geneva peace process? you have both sides squaring off. and i think it may sound odd and it would be nice to review in a month on what happens, but if things went well and you were able to punish the regime enough so that people could tell it was compelling but not part of a regime strategy which the administration has been bending over backwards saying we're not trying to knock out assad, that is a signal to the russians saying we are open to some change in the future. and that allows us to go into a geneva
that vice president joe biden, a 30-year senator, was heavily involved in it. he was so far out on the limb it was pathetic. he didn't have backing from the u.s. coming, nato, arab league, denounced by egypt, denounced by jordan. this was a loser. a limited military strike wasn't going to change the situation on the ground. >> general, we have also seen reports that some within the military, actually, wrls concerned about the way the president was proceeding. i would assume this alays some of their concerns as well. >> nobody with eight brain cell who had military experience thought this was a good idea. there was a letter that said don't get involved in a ground civil war. if you do get involved. if you've written your political objective and you want to deter assad from threatening his own people. 100,000 dead. ruined half the country. then use meaningful military american measures. it could destroy the syrian armed forces in 60 days. but not with 200 tomahawks. >> when you hear the president talk about a limited strike. that sounds shorter than 60 days. how realistic do you think it is?
president joe biden, who used a previously scheduled speech before the american legion to make those remarks. at the white house, spokesman jay carney was in day two of setting expectations. >> it is not our policy position to respond to this through regime change. we will take an appropriate response, and we are evaluating, the president and his team are evaluating the options available to them. and the president will make an assessment and an announcement in due time. >> defense secretary chuck hagel made clear that u.s. military forces are ready. >> suffice to say the options are there, the united states department of defense is ready to carry out those options. if that would occur, that would occur also in coordination with our international partners. >> but you're ready to go like that? >> we're ready to go like that. >> meanwhile, closest allies are lining up in agreement. british prime minister david cameron. >> now, of course, any action we take, or others take, would have to be legal, would have to be proportiona proportionate. it would have to be specifically to deter and degrade t
. >> ezra klein, thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >>> coming up, vice president joe biden says that syria's government must be held accountable for its actions. and tomorrow marks 50 years since the march on washington, president obama will speak at tomorrow's celebration. joy reid will have a preview of what she believes the president will say. >>> and in the rewrite tonight. a brooklyn high school student. and new york city michael bloomberg, michael kelly and the policy of stop-and-frisk. hero: if you had a chance to go anywhere in the world, but you had to leave right now, would you go? man: 'oh i can't go tonight' woman: 'i can't.' hero : that's what expedia asked me. host: book the flight but you have to go right now. hero: (laughs) and i just go? this is for real right? this is for real? i always said one day i'd go to china, just never thought it'd be today. anncr: we're giving away a trip every day. download the expedia app and your next trip could be on us. expedia, find yours. >>> don't let north carolina legislators tell you they take their job seriously. they don't
. certainly the position of barack obama and joe biden -- >> bill: i meant for the whole world to see, look, we're taking this seriously, but why do we have to do it on friday? you know, we don't have to do it that -- >> also a muslim holiday, but that doesn't leave enough time for a two to three-day attack before the president gets on a plane to saint petersburg. >> bill: why would he launch that will blow up every kind of thing in the summit? pardon the pun. >> that yes question. why do this you're not going to be pose assad, why do this if you're not going take the weapons out of his hands, lots of whys. >> bill: rosen said the degrading of it. we should be very deliberate and methodical. there's no rush on this. gentlemen, thank you very much. we appreciate it. plenty more aheads "the factor" moves ahead this evening. is facebook addictive and dangerous to your health? dr. keith ablow says yes. and then more miley cyrus and bradley manning. no, manning doesn't want to be miley. miley. it's a whole different ♪soft music♪ tony stewart: time teaches you things. you learn to look up to
the obama administration with people like joe biden and john kerry who spent years criticizing the bush administration for its unilateralism, doing something that true solid unilateral as opposed to things done in the bush administration like the overthrow of saddam hussein is that had dozens of coalition members with it. >> i asked neither lee. this what's the difference between doing in this way and dropping a drone on somebody in yemen, just on a kill list? >> look, there isn't any difference. the president has full constitutional authority to launch this attack against syria. >> greta: you don't think he has to seek approval? >> absolutely not. >> greta: you disagree with a lot of members of congress who want the approval. >> there is a political question whether he would be better off in getting congressional approval under the theory in on the the take off, in on the landing. but as a matter of constitutional law, there is absolutely no requirement if congress doesn't like what he does. they should cut off 00 funds. >> greta: i thought today that secretary kerry whether you agreed
want to roll a sound bite from joe biden saying what a great guy jon corzine is. >> i literally picked up the phone and called jon corzine and said, jon, what do you think we should do? the reason why we called jon is because we knew he knew about the economy. >> i'm sorry i'm laughing. it's not funny. eric schneiderman, attorney general to new york, has done absolutely nothing about jon corzine because he's a democrat. he only goes after the president's opponents, like donald trump. >>tucker: is there anything scarier than an attorney general or prosecutor with political ambitions willing to hurt people in order to get ahead? >> it is the abuse of the attorney general's power, just like spitzer did previously in new york state. abuse of power. >>anna: stao*urt thank -- stuart, thank you so much. watch varney and company at 9:20 a.m. >>tucker: looks like the obama administration snuck in gun control rules. stay tuned. >>anna: eric holder says having to show i.d. to vote discriminates against minorities in texas. does it? our next guest says absolutely not. he has the facts to prove it.
an actual or imminent threat to the nation. that was then. vice president joe biden, when he was a senator back in 2007, in a different context going to war against iran, said this -- i want i want to make it clear, and i made it clear to the president, that if he takes the nation to war in iran without congressional approval, i will make it my business to impeach him. that's a fact. that is a fact. >> that is a fact. he said, that is a fact, if he goes to war against iran without congressional approval, i will call for his impeachment. you know, john, iran is a major supporter of syrian president assad. the iranians say they will retaliate itches that's one of the strategic calculations about how to do the military operation, one of the great skepticism you get in congress, you talk to retired diplomats and generals, can you deliver that blunt force on syria, as the president is plachbing, without causing a domino effect. look at a map, you know the whole gulf region right there. the administration is trying to come up with a plan that punishing syria without having a ripple effect. wolf,
was frequently criticized by joe biden and john kerry and barack obama, we're only missing chris dodd here, as somebody frequently criticized as being a unilateralist, while i oppose thes use of force against syria i am delight the obama administration is about to act aounilaterally without approval from the u.n. security council. we should take due note of that. >> almost like they put them aside like it's not that important when secretary kerry mentioned obstructionism. >> there are those particularly in europe who say you have to have authority to use force. there has to be some independent approval for what the obama administration is about to do. that's a very european approach to life. the american approach has always been fundamentally different. our approach is we have the right to act to defend american interests unless there's an express prohibition somewhere. there are no express prohibitions around here. as a matter of policy, i think this impending attack is a bad idea. as a matter of american authority we have all we need. i am delighted the obama administration may be on the
.s. officials and a drum beat signaling looming military action. joe biden says there's no doubt the syrian regime is responsible for the chemical attack. though the white house press secretary jay carney stresses any action would be limited. >> the president believes and i believe that those who use chemical weapons against defenseless men, women, and children should and must be held accountable. >> i want to make clear that the options that we are considering are not about regime change. they are about responding to a clear violation of an international standard that prohibits the use of chemical weapons. >> our national security analyst peter bergen is here in "the situation room". we're also joined by nick paton walsh who has reported in syria. peter, you write that syria is now a problem from hell. what do you mean? >> i think the obama administration is in an interesting spot because overthrowing assad as jay carney just said is not their aim. they're concerned about the -- >> i think that's their long-term aim, but not in the short-term by the limited strikes. >> but i think even --
seemed to understand this as a senator. so did joe biden as a senator as well. they both were very explicit that you have to be under imminent attack or, actually, in biden's case he said it's an impeachable offense. so he believed very strongly about this as a senator. i believe very strongly that the constitution was intended to separate the powers. you know, madison said that the executive is the power most likely to go to war so that we vested the power to declare war in congress. >> and an article you wrote for cnn.com you wrote this, i'll put it up on the screen. you said america's wars must be debated by congress, declared constitutionally and fought only for the interests and security of the united states. they should never be fought to save face. so what do you mean by that when you say save face? because the implication is what as far as the president is concerned? >> i think some may feel, and the president may be one who feels that he's losing his international power or acclaim if he doesn't follow -- he said there was a red line with chemical weapons and he feels incum
as the -- almost heir to obama. and somewhere joe biden saying, what about me? we're just getting started with bill clinton because he's the president a lot of advocates of a military strike in syria are pointing to right now. kosovo, boss niainterventions of the 1990s and what they do and do not mean for syria. labor day is coming, and that means... car sales events. and now there's a new way to buy: truecar. at truecar.com we'll show you... what others paid for the car you want, so you'll know if that sales price... is a great price. save time, save money, and never overpay. visit truecar.com a man who doesn't stand still. but jim has afib, atrial fibrillation -- an irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart valve problem. that puts jim at a greater risk of stroke. for years, jim's medicine tied him to a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but now, with once-a-day xarelto®, jim's on the move. jim's doctor recommended xarelto®. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce afib-related stroke risk. but xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner
not happened. the more jay carney say it's logical and joe biden say it's undeniable, the more we undermine our case because we haven't advanced independent verification of this happening. >> this is the most interesting thing i heard all day. >> hearing this perspective is interesting and useful. try to put it all together. thank you. appreciate it. appreciate it very much. >> and we do. waiting for a long time for all of these other -- >> here we are, i'm so glad we had that interview. >> here we are. we know it happened, we -- like which gas it was. trying to figure out which division of assad did it and we're just assuming all this, then the arab street which has a totally different perspective. this is a complete mess. what we should do. you heard what his recommendation is, do nothing. >> let europe and the people in nearby countries handle it. >> good luck with that. coming up, the debt appointment. what to expect from housing, employment and the economy. senator john mccain weighs in on possible military responses to chemical attacks in syria. he's going to join us. i've been doing a fe
: when he was senator. >> steve: and also joe biden said back in 2007, the president has no authority to take the country to war unless we're attacked or unless there is proof that we are about to be attacked and biden then suggested the president war making was an impeachable offense. meanwhile, take a live look right now on this wednesday at the reverend martin luther king, junior memorial on the mall in our nation's capitol n. a few hours o'clock thousands will gather around that to mark 50 years since reverend king's iconic "i have a dream" speech. kelly wright is live at the lincoln memorial with more. we can hear you. >> steve, good morning to you as well. it was on that particular day that martin luther king, junior delivered a dream that became iconic, up with of the most powerful seasons in american history. actually what took place here 50 years ago actually changed the way americans think about race. on that historic day, 25,000 people marched in washington for jobs and freedom. they came to call for an end to racial inequality and embrace the dream of dr. martin luther kin
. circle october 1st when enrollment begins and joe, politico is reporting that starting october 1st a whole political campaign around it. you will have the president, the first lady, the vice president, dr. jill biden, all out this fall making strategic appearances around this law. they're going to be tracking those enrollments, looking at it as a political campaign, where they're weak, where they feed to be and they will be sending officials based on how people are signing up. >> you know, i'm looking also at other stories in politico, one of your top stories, nancy pelosi, the hawk, tells barack obama to act on syria. isn't that interesting? the names of -- have changed here when it comes to hawks asking for military force. >> it's really true. and what we're hearing from congress is that they wish that they had been more involved in this conversation. the president talking with speaker boehner yesterday. but certainly on the republican side they feel it's too late and you have this fascinating dynamic of speaker pelosi who during the bush years, of course, was opposed to interven
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